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Proud To Be An Arab?

I’ve been hanging out a lot with a Lebanese fellow lately–néyim éyim as we say ‘chez nous.’ He’s adamantly Maronite from Mount-Lebanon and has an issue with being called an Arab. To most Westerners, the Arabic-speaking countries are called the Arab … Continue reading

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Ghassan Tueni: Wisdom & Good Sense, But…

Pierre Rousselin is editorialist in Foreign Affairs and assistant chief editor of the French news daily Le Figaro. Months ago, I read a post on his blog, Géopolitique, in which he cursorily reviews Ghassan Tueni’s latest book (co-authored with Jean-Philippe … Continue reading

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